schools were in lockdown mode, and san bernardino police set up checkpoints and searched cars for dorner or anyone who might be assisting him. >> we was really scared. every, as soon as that happens i wake up every day like three or four or six times a night looking at the windows, looking at my gun, making sure i have bullets, you know. be prepared. >> brown: dorner ultimately took refuge in the vacant cabin, where he got into another intense firefight with san bernardino sheriff's deputies. one was killed, and another wounded. a short time later, the fire broke out, after a swat team assaulted the building. a single shot was heard, and then, nothing. today, as tensions across the region eased, one of dorner's earlier victims was laid to rest. riverside police officer michael crain's hearse was followed by a long procession of his law enforcement colleagues. joining us now is kate mather, who's been covering this story for the "los angeles times."